Founders Samuel Thomas Alexander and Henry Perrine Baldwin took over the sugar cane industry across the islands, becoming one of the “Big Five”, a group of corporations that dominated the economy of the Territory of Hawaii
Have you heard of the Boo Boo Zoo? This no kill animal sanctuary is Haiku is home to as many as 300 to 400 animals at a time, all of whom may be injured, abandoned and sick.
Perhaps the most popular activity while visitng the island of Maui is embarking on the breathtaking drive that is The Road To Hana. A favorite stop along the drive, just after mile marker 31 on the right hand side visitors can find Hana Farms.
About a half mile past Mile Marker 31 along The Road To Hana, near Hana Town, on ‘Ula’ino Road rests the exquisite land that makes up Kahanu Garden & Preserve. Named after Chief Kahanu, who owned the land in the 1800’s, this is one of the largest native forests on all of the Hawaiian Islands.
Maui is known around the world for its white sand beaches, luscious landscapes and unique activities and destinations. When thinking of dining on the island, no restaurant can compare to the fame and favoritism of Mama’s Fish House.